Does the type of government a nation can have depend on the people it has?

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    kazenatsu Well-Known Member Donor

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    Does the type of government a nation can have depend on the people it has?

    I mean, can certain forms of government (and perhaps certain freedoms) simply not work in a country that has a certain type of people?

    I'm talking culture, values, religion, and maybe even genetics.

    This is a very important question to be asking because it has all sorts of implications in political theory, especially world political theory over a span of time.
     

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